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SubjectRe: (subset) [PATCHv4 00/13] Introduce RK806 Support
On Thu, 20 Oct 2022 22:42:38 +0200, Sebastian Reichel wrote:
> The Rockchip RK3588 Evaluation Boards use SPI connected RK806
> PMICs. Downstream this is handled by a new driver, but apart
> from being SPI connected this chip is quite similar to the
> ther Rockchip PMICs (also RK806 is promoted to also support
> I2C). Thus this series instead updates the RK808 driver(s).
> Changelog since PATCHv3:
> *
> * Dropped removing REGMAP_I2C dependency from RK817 ASoC driver (applied)
> * Rename MFD_RK808 to MFD_RK8XX to be consistent. It makes sense to do this now,
> since the patchset touches all the child drivers anyways.
> * rebase to v6.1-rc1
> * collected a couple of Acks
> * update rk806 DT binding according to DT maintainer feedback
> * add missing pinmux config to the rk806 DT binding
> * update rk806_spi_bus_write and rk806_spi_bus_read
> * replaced some constants with sizeof or defines
> * used capitalized comments
> * rename regmap_find_closest_bigger to regulator_find_closest_bigger, not sure
> why I prefixed it with regmap_ in the first place
> * use rk8xx_is_enabled_wmsk_regmap instead of regulator_is_enabled_regmap for
> the switching regulators to correctly report the state
> * reordered the first few patches grouping the MFD patches together
> [...]

Applied, thanks!

[03/13] rtc: rk808: reduce 'struct rk808' usage
commit: 2e830ccc21eb67a4c2490279d907e5e9199e5156

Best regards,

Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering

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